Bovicide, Zombie Diaries, and the Legend of the Brothers Brown

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Constable Paddington has a few problems: an evil beast is killing cows on his island; the elite military team who are supposed to capture this beast are threatening to shoot the duke; and there's a horde of philosophical zombies on the loose. And that's not even mentioning the vague, ancient prophecy about the end of the world... More
Download: epub mobi (Kindle) pdf more Online Reader
Words: 95,400
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465712882
About Stephen Bills

Born in South Australia in 1984, Stephen Bills is a kilt-wearing Adelaidean with a B.A. in Philosophy, a Graduate Diploma in Library and Information Management, and an M.A. in Creative Writing. When he is not writing, he catalogues books for several interstate libraries, drinks wine (not at the same time), and referees mixed-gender roller derby. All these things leave him less time for writing than he’d like, but he’s getting to it as quick as he can. His Dewey number is A823.4. What’s yours?

He writes comedy novels. Specifically, ones that deal with the supernatural and paranormal in some way: ancient prophecies about armageddon, telepathy, indestructable briefcases that alter the fate of the world. That kind of thing.

Also by This Author

Readers of This Book Also Read

Reviews

Review by: l c on Sep. 20, 2014 :
A unique reading experience - well written , edited and imagined. Much recommended.
(review of free book)

Review by: Declan Roden on Oct. 10, 2013 :
Absolutely amazing, one of my all time favourite books. A must read and a recommended buy, the author certainly deserves some compensation for creating such a fantastic book.
(review of free book)

Review by: kaytlu york on March 04, 2013 :
this book surprised me... I started it thinking it would be a farce, and only hoped it might have some interest.

there are indeed strong elements of farce, but to my surprise I became really involved in the story :)

it presents old staples... zombies, werewolves and vampires in a rather different light and i really found myself rooting for the hero!

after finishing the tale, the first thing I did was to look for the promised sequel, but so far haven't found it. Too bad! I'll keep checking on it, though, in hopes it soon will be available
(review of free book)

Print Edition

Report this book